It is reported that the Monaro will have a 6.8-litre from American performance specialist Callaway, capable of over 400KW.
The new Monaros will also feature a 6-speed sequential gearbox, Harrop brakes, bigger wheels and tyres, carbon fibre panels as well as an aerodynamic package similar to a V8Supercar.
The Monaro is set to debut in the Nations Cup in April 2002.
I don't understand why they are allowed to race a 6.8 litre Monaro because it's not going into production.
I'm sorry i almost forgot, Holden runs the series so that's okay :fmad:
All we need now is for Ford to enter a few 7.0 litre Ts50's